Most of the questions—and responses—in the three presidential debates had been asked—and answered—several times during the campaign. But there are critical questions that were not asked. Let’s begin with Foreign Policy.
The entire foreign policy debate focused upon the Middle… Read the rest[...read more]
What passed as a presidential debate, Wednesday evening, was nothing more than a series of carefully-rehearsed, often rambling, mini-speeches that were more focused on generalities than on specifics.
Mitt Romney and Barack Obama, experienced debaters and strong orators, each threw… Read the rest[...read more]
Some students figure out they can barely pass and still get a diploma, so why work so hard. That doesn’t mean they are not paying at least some attention. Many of them will eventually find something they want to do, and suddenly they will reveal they really are able to read and do math.[...read more]
In this edition of Rock The Capital Minute; one of the world’s leading authorities on nuclear power says plants in the U.S. are not safe to operate. RTC’s Eric Epstein will testify before the Pennsylvania Bar Association’s Review Commission, and Epstein returns with his almost world famous top ten list. This week he settles on helping royalty select a best vacation spot in the U.S.[...read more]
The “found money” is ours as a collective, not the slush fund for the political elites of both parties. It should be used to provide the broadest benefit to our Commonwealth and reflect the shared values of its citizens.[...read more]
President Barack Obama is on the receiving end of the Osama Bin Laden bounce. Obama’s approval rating has soared to 60 percent in the latest Associated Press-GFK Poll; making for a two-year high.[...read more]
There are few people who we can kill on sight in history, and this was one of them. That the president felt the need to hide from the fact that he ordered just that is puzzling; after all, if polled, the only people who would have said “bring him here alive” would be the far left, who are going to vote for him anyway. As for the other 80-90% of us, our only regret is we don’t know where to send the beer for the guys who did it.[...read more]
In this edition of Rock The Capital Minute; The PublicK NuisancE hit the road and nearly blew a gasket after observing what’s become all too acceptable. Scott Paterno drops a fresh installment of Notes & Asides. Paterno dissects the killing of bin Laden with the same intensity proud Pappa Joe watches Sunday reels, and RTC is patting itself we told you what Newt would do months ago.[...read more]
President Barack Obama appearing on CBS’ “60 Minutes,” said he’s had no problem sleeping since ordering the death of Osama Bin Laden. It was Obama’s first direct response to critics, who contend U.S. forces should have taken the al-Qaeda leader alive.[...read more]
Osama Bin Laden played a hand in al-Qaeda right up until his death. Over the past few years, terrorism experts came to see bin Laden as not much more than Qaeda’s symbolic leader. It was widely believed that he no longer concerned himself with day to day operations, but that view is changing in light of documents and files retrieved during the raid at his home in Abbottabad, earlier this week.[...read more]